Parts of San Antonio under flood watch ahead of powerful arctic cold front

Parts of San Antonio under flood watch ahead of powerful arctic cold front

News // Weather Camille Sauers Jan. 31, 2022Updated: Jan. 31, 2022 10:24 a.m. Michael Rivera (right) and his mother, Cathy, each show their own way of dealing with the morning chill while waiting for a VIA bus on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022. Temperatures were in the 30s for most of the day. Kin Man Hui, San Antonio Express-News / Staff photographer Though San Antonio enjoyed a sunny weekend, a powerful, arctic cold front is still on…

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A flood watch is in effect for the Austin area until 9 p.m.

A flood watch is in effect for the Austin area until 9 p.m.

A flood watch has been issued for Austin and the surrounding area, including Bastrop, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Travis and Williamson counties, until 9 p.m. Monday. The National Weather Service says up to three inches of rain is expected Monday, with isolated amounts up to 4-6 inches, which could cause flash flooding. NWS officials warned that rivers, creeks and other low-lying areas, as well as low water crossings, may be flooded at some point during the…

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Rain-fed landslides, flooding kill at least 19 in Brazil

Rain-fed landslides, flooding kill at least 19 in Brazil

By DÉBORA ÁLVARES, Associated Press BRASILIA, Brazil — Landslides and flooding caused by heavy rains killed at least 19 people in Brazil’s most populous state Sunday while high waters forced some 500,000 families from their homes over the weekend, authorities said. Three people from the same family died when a landslide destroyed their house in the city of Embu das Artes, according to the municipal government, while four other people were rescued by firemen. Four…

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Blizzard hits East Coast with deep snow, winds, flooding

Blizzard hits East Coast with deep snow, winds, flooding

The storm thrashed parts of 10 states, with blizzard warnings that stretched from Virginia to Maine. BOSTON — A nor’easter with hurricane-force wind gusts battered much of the East Coast on Saturday, flinging heavy snow that made travel treacherous or impossible, flooding coastlines, and threatening to leave bitter cold in its wake. The storm thrashed parts of 10 states, with blizzard warnings that stretched from Virginia to Maine. Philadelphia and New York saw plenty of…

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Hurricanes salute super-fan Erin Simanskis, share in mourning her death

Hurricanes salute super-fan Erin Simanskis, share in mourning her death

WRAL’s Erin Simanskis, who was killed by a hit-and-run driver last week, was a native Canadian and huge fan of the Carolina Hurricanes. Team General Manager Don Waddell joined Erin’s family and work friends in remembering her. Show Transcript WE WILL HAVE THOSE STORIES AND MORE AT THE TOP OF THE HOUR. >>> YOU MAY NOTICE WE ARE WEARING RED AND BLACK TONIGHT. THAT’S AN HONOR OF WRAL EMPLOYEE ERIN SIMANSKIS. >> SHE DIED THIS…

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Panel selected to review cause of wildfire in Bastrop

Panel selected to review cause of wildfire in Bastrop

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has selected a panel of experts to review the circumstances and cause of the wildfire that broke out last week in Bastrop State Park. Officials say the fire, which began last Tuesday, Jan. 18, was likely caused by a prescribed burn in the park. The fire burned 812 acres, drawing in emergency workers from around the state and requiring some 250 Bastrop families to evacuate. Residents were allowed to…

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Rolling Pines wildfire now 100 percent contained after burning 812 acres

Rolling Pines wildfire now 100 percent contained after burning 812 acres

Update, 7:30 p.m. January 24: Texas A&M Forest Service reports the Rolling Pines wildfire in Bastrop County is 812 acres and is now 100 percent contained. Officials say the area received a good amount of rain that helped in firefighting efforts. Crews will continue to monitor the fire area and begin fireline rehab Tuesday. Update, 12:45 p.m., January 19: Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management said the wildfire has now reached 783 acres and is…

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Malawi hit by flooding caused by tropical storm Ana; 1 dead

Malawi hit by flooding caused by tropical storm Ana; 1 dead

By GREGORY GONDWE, Associated Press BLANTYRE, Malawi — Tropical storm Ana has caused widespread flooding, power outages and killed at least one person in Malawi, officials said Tuesday. Cutting path of wet destruction across southern Africa, the storm has blown from the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar, across Mozambique and into Malawi. In Madagascar the storm and earlier rains are blamed for 34 deaths and making an estimated 55,000 people homeless. The Zambezi River area…

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Local food banks brave severe weather to serve community

Local food banks brave severe weather to serve community

By Michelle Mackonochie, WRAL anchor/reporter When preparing for a winter storm – there are many things that cross your mind – including if you and your family have enough food. And for those less fortunate even more so. But that’s where our food banks and food delivery services come in. Much of central North Carolina saw snow and ice over the weekend – meaning a lot of people were stuck at home – Some wondering…

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Wildfire along California's Big Sur forces evacuations

Wildfire along California's Big Sur forces evacuations

By The Associated Press BIG SUR, Calif. — Firefighters on Saturday were battling a wildfire that broke out in the rugged mountains along Big Sur, forcing hundreds of residents on this precarious stretch of the California coast to evacuate and authorities to shut its main roadway. The fire started Friday night in a steep canyon and quickly spread toward the sea, fanned by strong winds up to 50 mph (80 kph). The blaze burned at…

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Burn ban, disaster declaration issued for Bastrop County following wildfire

Burn ban, disaster declaration issued for Bastrop County following wildfire

The burn ban goes into effect Saturday morning. BASTROP, Texas — Bastrop County Judge Paul Pape issued in emergency burn ban and disaster declaration Friday in response to the ongoing dry weather conditions. The ban goes into effect the morning of Jan. 22 and prohibits outdoor burning in hopes of mitigating the public safety hazard posed by wildfires as dry weather continues.  A violation of the order occurs when a person lights any combustible or…

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Bastrop County wildfire now 70 percent contained as evacuation orders dropped

Bastrop County wildfire now 70 percent contained as evacuation orders dropped

The Bastrop County wildfire that spread over 800 acres has now been 70 percent contained. Here’s what you need to know.  The Texas A&M Forest Service released a report Thursday evening that firefighters have created multiple containment lines that spread over 812 acres at Rolling Pines.  The Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management initially ordered residents on Park Road, Pine Tree Loop, Linda Lane, and Lisa Lane to evacuate. Emergency management dropped those evacuation orders…

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Central Texas wildfire still in check; no structures damaged

Central Texas wildfire still in check; no structures damaged

Jan. 20, 2022Updated: Jan. 20, 2022 6:02 p.m. COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Firefighters were mopping up a Central Texas wildfire Thursday after holding it in check for a day with no structures reported damaged or persons injured, officials said. The Texas A&M Forest Service reported the fire that started in the Bastrop State Park Tuesday was 70% contained Thursday afternoon after charring 813 acres (330 hectares). The Forest Service said the increase from a Thursday…

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Orange County Schools moves to remote, Duke activates severe weather policy

Orange County Schools moves to remote, Duke activates severe weather policy

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — WRAL’s team of meteorologists is tracking the most significant winter storm to impact the Triangle in over three years. What to know: Rain falling across the area Thursday afternoon could turn into a wintry mix north of the Triangle around sunset. Light snow accumulation will be possible Thursday night along the North Carolina-Virginia line. Temperatures will dip into the 20s Thursday night and Friday, and roads will…

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Drivers preparing their vehicles ahead of severe weather need to be mindful of tire pressure

Drivers preparing their vehicles ahead of severe weather need to be mindful of tire pressure

DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) — While January is typically a slow month for body shops, Ingold Tire in Durham has been busy with drivers during the past couple of days. “People realizing that their tires don’t have good tread, and they’re coming in to replace their tires to get better traction. We’ve had lots of folks coming in for air pressure checks. The cold weather causes tires to lose air through their sidewall,” said owner Rod…

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Fire safety expert provides tips to keep your home safe from wildfires

Fire safety expert provides tips to keep your home safe from wildfires

Although clearing the area around your home can help, fire safety expert Jeffrey Shapiro says you should evacuate your home before you feel things become dangerous. AUSTIN, Texas — With the Rolling Pines wildfire in Bastrop County having forced hundreds of families from their homes as a precaution, KVUE checked in with a fire safety expert to learn how homeowners can better protect their homes. If you’re within a mile of a fire, or even…

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Prescribed Burn Gone Wrong Likely Sparked Wildfire In Bastrop County, Officials Say

Prescribed Burn Gone Wrong Likely Sparked Wildfire In Bastrop County, Officials Say

Bastrop County residents were allowed to return to their homes Wednesday, a day after a prescribed burn set by Texas Parks and Wildlife in Bastrop State Park escaped from fire managers, officials said, growing to about 780 acres — more than five times its intended size. About 150 households were forced to evacuate Tuesday, officials said. No injuries or property damage has been reported, and the 783-acre fire was 30% contained as of 3:30 p.m….

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Tracking the windspeeds before and after a prescribed burn turned into a Bastrop wildfire

Tracking the windspeeds before and after a prescribed burn turned into a Bastrop wildfire

BASTROP, Texas — A prescribed burn got out of hand Tuesday afternoon, setting off a wildfire that burned through several hundred acres in the Bastrop, Texas, area. Despite some warning signs, including notable wind speeds, the prescribed burn was permitted as planned. But just how fast were the winds going? For context, here’s a timeline of Tuesday’s events:

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Texas wildfire no longer growing, some evacuations lifted

Texas wildfire no longer growing, some evacuations lifted

A wildfire in a central Texas state park is no longer growing and no injuries were reported after the blaze, suspected to have been caused by a prescribed burn, charred 1.2 square miles (3.2 square kilometers) in the city of Bastrop, officials said Wednesday. Texas A&M Forest Service spokesperson Kari Hines said no homes have been reported destroyed and some families were allowed to return home after an evacuation order was partially lifted. She said…

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Firefighters make 'good progress' against Bastrop wildfire as officials promise an investigation

Firefighters make 'good progress' against Bastrop wildfire as officials promise an investigation

Firefighters say they made “good progress” overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday morning in stopping the spread of the Rolling Pines Fire in Bastrop County, which has led to the evacuation of about 250 families. As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, the wildfire has burned 783 acres and is 30% contained. While some evacuated residents south of FM 1441 were able to return to their homes, officials say the main evacuation area and State Highway 21 remain…

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Houston-area firefighters join central Texas wildfire efforts

Houston-area firefighters join central Texas wildfire efforts

Crews from at least one department from our area have joined the fight to contain the fires burning near Bastrop. CYPRESS, Texas — Firefighters from at least one Houston-area fire department have joined in the effort to contain a wildfire burning in central Texas. A crew from the Cy-Fair Fire Department is deploying to the area near Bastrop where a 640-acre fire burned, forcing the evacuation of dozens of homes in the same area where…

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Increased Wildfire Danger Anticipated Across Texas

Increased Wildfire Danger Anticipated Across Texas

The Texas A&M Forest Service spent Jan. 18 readying firefighting resources in anticipation of an increase in wildfire activity caused by prefrontal weather conditions approaching the state. The Texas A&M Forest Service is anticipating an increase in wildfire danger due to forecasted weather conditions. (Texas A&M Forest Service photo) The fire environment will include elevated to critical fire weather, with above normal temperatures and wind speeds near 20 mph in conjunction with freeze-cured grasses across the landscape….

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Wildfire in Texas state park forces home evacuations

Wildfire in Texas state park forces home evacuations

BASTROP, Texas (AP) — A wildfire erupted Tuesday in a Central Texas state park, forcing the evacuation of dozens of residences in the city of Bastrop, the site of a deadly blaze a decade ago. The fire started in Bastrop State Park. The Bastrop Office of Emergency Management posted a wildfire notice just before 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Bastrop County judge’s office told TV station KXAN that as of late afternoon, the fire had consumed…

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Wildfire causes evacuations in Bastrop County and closure of State Highway 21

Wildfire causes evacuations in Bastrop County and closure of State Highway 21

A wildfire in Bastrop County is threatening neighborhoods and has so far burned at least 300 acres, the Texas A&M Forest Service says. The fire is 0% contained, emergency officials say. Residents of Pine Hill Estates, including Pine Hill Drive, were told to evacuate their homes at 2:55 p.m. Tuesday. That was followed by evacuations of Pine Tree Loop, Linda Lane and Lisa Lane at 3:20 p.m. State Highway 21 has been closed north of…

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Live: Evacuations underway in Bastrop due to 300-acre wildfire

Live: Evacuations underway in Bastrop due to 300-acre wildfire

Officials say the fire started in relation to a prescribed burn. BASTROP, Texas — Officials are evacuating a street in Bastrop County as first responders work to get a massive wildfire fire under control Tuesday afternoon. According to the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management, the wildfire is at 100 Park Road 1A in Bastrop, just north of SH 71 and south of SH 21. Officials are asking the following residents to evacuate:  Update at…

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Bastrop County officials evacuate residents due to 'very active' wildfire

Bastrop County officials evacuate residents due to 'very active' wildfire

Priscilla Aguirre Jan. 18, 2022Updated: Jan. 18, 2022 3:24 p.m. Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management warned its community of a wildfire notice at Pine Hill Drive.  Created by MaryAnne Nelson/Getty Images The Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management has started to evacuate residents due to a nearby wildfire that started Tuesday afternoon at 100 Park Road. Residents in the neighborhood nearby are being asked to leave the area as of 2:55 p.m., according to a…

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Evacuations underway in Bastrop due to 150-acre wildfire

Evacuations underway in Bastrop due to 150-acre wildfire

Officials say the fire started in relation to a prescribed burn. BASTROP, Texas — Officials are evacuating a street in Bastrop County as first responders work to get a massive wildfire fire under control Tuesday afternoon. According to the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management, the wildfire is at 100 Park Road 1A in Bastrop. Officials are evacuating those on Pine Hill Drive.  Some road closures have also been implemented at SH 21 at the…

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Wilmington church collecting donations for Kentucky tornado victims

Wilmington church collecting donations for Kentucky tornado victims

A church in Wilmington is collaborating with the faith community and other organizations to gather donations for tornado victims in Kentucky.  January 17, 2022 Union Missionary Baptist Church is collaborating with the faith community and other organizations to gather donations for tornado victims in Kentucky (Photo: Sydney Bouchelle/WWAY) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A church in Wilmington is collaborating with the faith community and other organizations to gather donations for tornado victims in Kentucky. Union Missionary…

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Shelters, emergency officials prepare for severe weather this weekend

Shelters, emergency officials prepare for severe weather this weekend

DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) — Facing the possibility of severe weather this weekend, shelter and emergency officials are preparing in the event their services are needed. “The main thing we’re doing is trying to reach out into the community, trying to find any homeless who haven’t come in from the weather yet,” said Rob Tart, the CEO and President of the Durham Rescue Mission. Tart said they are less concerned about the drop in temperatures and…

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6th tornado confirmed by National Weather Service, survey teams continue work

6th tornado confirmed by National Weather Service, survey teams continue work

As cleanup continues across Southeast Texas, survey teams found evidence of yet another tornado over the weekend. This one touched down in Spring Branch. HOUSTON — The National Weather Service confirmed Monday that yet another tornado touched down over the weekend as severe storms moved through the area. The video above is from previous reporting. Evidence of a tornado track was found in the Spring Branch area, according to details provided by a survey team….

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Kingwood residents cleaning up after storm damage from tornado

Kingwood residents cleaning up after storm damage from tornado

Neighbors say, even though the storm moved through quickly, it left behind a trail of damage including uprooted trees that smashed through cars and homes. HOUSTON — The residents in the Kingwood area can’t seem to catch a break when it comes to severe weather impacting their community. Residents continue to clean up after the weekend’s severe weather left splintered trees on top of homes and cars all over the neighborhood after an EF-1 tornado…

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Live video: Air 11 surveys storm damage following tornados this weekend

Live video: Air 11 surveys storm damage following tornados this weekend

The day after severe storms battered parts of the Houston area, the teams found evidence of tornadoes, including two that hit Humble and Montgomery. HUMBLE, Texas — The National Weather Service confirmed Sunday that multiple tornadoes touched down in the Houston area late Saturday night and early Sunday morning, according to findings from survey teams. RELATED: Viewers share storm damage photos after severe weather rolls through Houston area EF-1 damage was found near Humble and…

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Multiple tornadoes confirmed by National Weather Service survey teams

Multiple tornadoes confirmed by National Weather Service survey teams

The day after severe storms battered parts of the Houston area, the teams found evidence of tornadoes, including two that hit Humble and Montgomery. HUMBLE, Texas — The National Weather Service confirmed Sunday that multiple tornadoes touched down in the Houston area late Saturday night and early Sunday morning, according to findings from survey teams. RELATED: Viewers share storm damage photos after severe weather rolls through Houston area EF-1 damage was found near Humble and…

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Two tornadoes confirmed by National Weather Service survey teams

Two tornadoes confirmed by National Weather Service survey teams

The day after severe storms battered parts of the Houston area, the teams found evidence of at least two tornadoes that hit Humble and Montgomery. HUMBLE, Texas — The National Weather Service confirmed Sunday that at least two tornadoes touched down in the Houston area late Saturday night and early Sunday morning, according to findings from survey teams. RELATED: Viewers share storm damage photos after severe weather rolls through Houston area EF-1 damage was found…

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Viewers share storm damage photos after severe weather rolls through Houston area

Viewers share storm damage photos after severe weather rolls through Houston area

There were downed trees and power lines in areas like Humble, Kingwood and Montgomery County, viewers reported. HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Severe weather passed through the Houston area Saturday night and early Sunday morning damaging trees, power lines, businesses and even homes. The Humble area appeared to get the most damage as a suspected tornado ripped through the city. RELATED: Buildings destroyed, multiple trees down from suspected tornado in Humble Humble Police Chief Ken Theis…

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Heavy rain, possible tornadoes sweep through Houston area

Heavy rain, possible tornadoes sweep through Houston area

Jan. 9, 2022 1of11A drone photo shows the extensive damage from overnight storms Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022 in Humble, Texas. Powerful storms hit throughout southeast Texas overnight, bringing flash floods and possible tornadoes. (Jason Fochtman/Houston Chronicle via AP)Jason Fochtman/APShow MoreShow Less 2of11Martha Berry, right, reacts after the building housing her gym business was destroyed by a possible tornado near South Houston Ave, Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022, in Humble, Texas. (Jason Fochtman/Houston Chronicle via AP)Jason Fochtman/APShow…

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Buildings destroyed, multiple trees down from suspected tornado in Humble

Buildings destroyed, multiple trees down from suspected tornado in Humble

Fortunately, no injuries have been reported. HUMBLE, Texas — Multiple buildings were destroyed and several trees have fallen in the Humble area after radars confirmed a tornado touched down overnight. Humble Police Chief Ken Theis said a tornado hit downtown Humble at about 1:30 a.m. and moved northward causing significant damage to multiple businesses and residents. Theis said the weather was so severe that a roof flew off a commercial building on N Houston Ave…

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Flooding emergency rooms, calling 911: Texans go to great lengths to find COVID-19 tests

Flooding emergency rooms, calling 911: Texans go to great lengths to find COVID-19 tests

When San Antonio residents struggle to get their hands on COVID-19 test, some show up to the emergency room for a diagnosis. Dr. Ralph Riviello, the chair of emergency medicine at University Hospital, said the number of people who arrive seeking a test has grown so much lately that the emergency room now has a nurse provider designated to screen and evaluate patients with COVID-like symptoms. The hospital staff helps whoever arrives, but Riviello said…

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Your photos and videos: From an apparent tornado to lightning, high wind and more

Your photos and videos: From an apparent tornado to lightning, high wind and more

These are some of the photos and videos you sent in throughout weekend storms. It was an active weather day Saturday that lasted well into Sunday morning. There were several tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings and flash flood warnings.  And throughout the severe weather, we were seeing photos and videos from viewers. We’ll start in the Clear Lake area, where trees were taken down by high wind. These photos were sent in by Carla Ruotsi…

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Severe weather alerts expire after stormy Saturday evening and Sunday morning

Severe weather alerts expire after stormy Saturday evening and Sunday morning

HOUSTON — Storms moved through parts of Houston on Saturday and into the overnight hours. By 4:30 a.m., there were no longer any active alerts.  Multiple Tornado Warnings were issued early Saturday evening and again late Saturday night as storms rumbled north-by-northeast across the Houston area. They have now expired. Radar confirmed two tornadoes touched down — in the Humble area and Liberty County — according to KHOU 11 Meteorologist Tim Pandajis. There are reports…

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Severe weather continues across southeast Texas

Severe weather continues across southeast Texas

HOUSTON — Storms moved through parts of Houston on Saturday and into the overnight hours. There are several warnings that remain in effect. Multiple Tornado Warnings were issued early Saturday evening and again late Saturday night as storms rumbled north-by-northeast across the Houston area. They have now expired. Radar confirmed two tornadoes touched down — in the Humble area and Liberty County — according to KHOU 11 Meteorologist Tim Pandajis. There are reports of some…

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Your photos and videos: From apparent tornadoes to light to lightning, high wind and more

Your photos and videos: From apparent tornadoes to light to lightning, high wind and more

These are some of the photos and videos you sent in throughout weekend storms. It was an active weather day Saturday that lasted well into Sunday morning. There were several tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings and flash flood warnings.  And throughout the severe weather, we were seeing photos and videos from viewers. We’ll start in the Clear Lake area, where trees were taken down by high wind. These photos were sent in by Carla Ruotsi…

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Flash Flood Warning for Harris, Montgomery counties until 3:30 a.m.

Flash Flood Warning for Harris, Montgomery counties until 3:30 a.m.

Both counties are also under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 2:15 a.m. HOUSTON — A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for Harris and Montgomery counties until 3:30 a.m. and street flooding is possible. Both counties are also under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 2:15 a.m. There’s also a Flash Flood Warning in effect for Liberty and Polk Counties until 2:15 a.m. Multiple Tornado Warnings were issued early Saturday evening and again late Saturday night…

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Watch live: Tornado warning for Harris, Montgomery, Liberty counties until 2 a.m.

Watch live: Tornado warning for Harris, Montgomery, Liberty counties until 2 a.m.

Harris County is also under a Flash Flood Warning until 3 a.m. and street flooding is possible as strong storms push through with heavy rainfall. HOUSTON — A Tornado Warning has been issued for Harris, Montgomery and Liberty counties until 2 a.m.  Harris County is under a Flash Flood Warning until 3 a.m. as strong storms continue to roll through the area. They are producing heavy rainfall and street flooding is possible.  There’s also a…

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Watch live: Harris County under Flash Flood Warning until 3 a.m.

Watch live: Harris County under Flash Flood Warning until 3 a.m.

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has also been issued for Montgomery, San Jacinto and Liberty counties until 1 a.m. HOUSTON — Harris County is under a Flash Flood Warning until 3 a.m. as strong storms continue to roll through the area. They are producing heavy rainfall and street flooding is possible.  There’s also a Flash Flood Warning in effect for Liberty and Polk Counties until 2:15 a.m. Multiple Tornado Warnings were issued early Saturday evening and…

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Watch live: Harris County under Flash Flood Warning until 2 a.m., Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 12:45 a.m.

Watch live: Harris County under Flash Flood Warning until 2 a.m., Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 12:45 a.m.

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has also been issued for Montgomery, San Jacinto and Liberty counties until 1 a.m. HOUSTON — Harris County is under a Flash Flood Warning until 1:30 a.m. and a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 12:45 a.m. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Montgomery, San Jacinto and Liberty counties until 1 a.m. There’s also a Flash Flood Warning in effect for Liberty and Polk Counties until 2:15 a.m. Multiple Tornado Warnings…

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Harris County under Flash Flood Warning until 1:30 a.m., Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 12:45 a.m.

Harris County under Flash Flood Warning until 1:30 a.m., Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 12:45 a.m.

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has also been issued for Montgomery, San Jacinto and Liberty counties until 1 a.m. HOUSTON — Harris County is under a Flash Flood Warning until 1:30 a.m. and a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 12:45 a.m. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Montgomery, San Jacinto and Liberty counties until 1 a.m. There’s also a Flash Flood Warning in effect for Liberty and Polk Counties until 2:15 a.m. Multiple Tornado Warnings…

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WATCH LIVE: Tornado Warning for Harris County until 12:15 a.m., Flash Flood Warning until 1:30 a.m.

WATCH LIVE: Tornado Warning for Harris County until 12:15 a.m., Flash Flood Warning until 1:30 a.m.

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Montgomery, San Jacinto and Liberty counties until 12:30 a.m. HOUSTON — A Tornado Warning has been extended for Harris County until 12:15 a.m., along with a Flash Flood Warning until 1:30 a.m. A Tornado Watch continues for much of Southeast Texas until midnight. Ten counties are covered in the watch area: Harris, Montgomery, Chambers, Liberty, San Jacinto, Waller, Grimes, Trinity, Polk and Walker counties. A Tornado Watch…

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WATCH LIVE: Tornado Warning for Harris County until 12:15 a.m.

WATCH LIVE: Tornado Warning for Harris County until 12:15 a.m.

Liberty and Polk counties are under a Flash Flood Warning. HOUSTON — A Tornado Warning has been extended for Harris County until 12:15 a.m. A Tornado Watch continues for much of Southeast Texas until midnight. Ten counties are covered in the watch area: Harris, Montgomery, Chambers, Liberty, San Jacinto, Waller, Grimes, Trinity, Polk and Walker counties. A Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for the development of tornadoes in the area. During the watch, you…

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WATCH LIVE: Tornado Warning for Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery counties until 11:45 p.m.

WATCH LIVE: Tornado Warning for Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery counties until 11:45 p.m.

Liberty and Polk counties are under a Flash Flood Warning. HOUSTON — A Tornado Warning has been issued for Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties until 11:45 p.m. A Tornado Watch continues for much of Southeast Texas until midnight. Ten counties are covered in the watch area: Harris, Montgomery, Chambers, Liberty, San Jacinto, Waller, Grimes, Trinity, Polk and Walker counties. A Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for the development of tornadoes in the area….

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